|East Bay Express - Berkeley's Living Library|
|California Magazine - Anarchist's Archive Gets Temporary Reprieve: Donors Buy Time for Emma Goldman Project|
|Technically Philly - This Philly dev just made jam band fans very happy|
|Motherboard - Gone in a Flash: The Race to Save the Internet's Least Favorite Tool|
|FMA - Radio Free Culture #45: Two Copies of Every Record: The Archive of Contemporary Music with Bob George|
|IGN - ESA Says Preserving Old Games is Illegal Because it's 'Hacking'|
|EFF - Videogame Publishers: No Preserving Abandoned Games, Even for Museums and Archives, Because All "Hacking" is Illegal|
|The New Yorker - Can the Internet be archived?|
|KALW - In an old church, the Internet Archive stores our digital history|
|National Library of NZ - Limited access to some knowledge|
The Internet Archive is not interested in offering access to web sites or other Internet documents whose authors do not want their materials in the collection. To remove your site from the Wayback Machine, place a robots.txt file at the top level of your site (e.g. www.yourdomain.com/robots.txt).
The robots.txt file will do two things:
To exclude the Internet Archives crawler (and remove documents from the Wayback Machine) while allowing all other robots to crawl your site, your robots.txt file should say:
Robots.txt can be used to block access to the whole domain, or any file or directory within. There are a large number of resources for webmasters and site owners describing this method and how to use it, including http://www.robotstxt.org/.